Fire Hazard Complaint
The Lakeside Fire Protection District wants to hear your concerns so we can assist in resolving the hazardous condition and provide the necessary clearance so our firefighters can protect your neighborhood.
Per the 2017 Consolidated Fire Code, a fire hazard is defined as:
Any condition or conduct which: (a) increases or may increase the threat of fire to a greater degree than customarily recognized as normal by persons in the public service regularly engaged in preventing, suppressing or extinguishing fire or (b) may obstruct, delay, hinder or interfere with the operations of the fire department or the egress of occupants in the event of fire.
To report a fire hazard, please fill out our fire hazard complaint form.
If you have specific information that a County code violation may exist in your neighborhood or near your business, you may file a request for investigation with the San Diego County Code Compliance team.
You can learn more about County code violations and how to report them by visiting the San Diego County Code Compliance website.